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The Desert and the Sea: Days Captive on the Somali Pirate Coast by Michael Scott MoorePlease refresh the page and retry. I n early , Michael Scott Moore, a Californian writer "with a weakness for big ideas" took himself off to Somalia to research a new book. Already the author of an acclaimed study of how West Coast surf culture had spread across the world, he wanted to write about some less cuddly Beach Boys — the pirates operating from Somalia's vast, lawless coast. It was, to put it mildly, something of a change of scene. Despite enlisting a trusted fixer with good clan connections, Moore ended up being kidnapped himself.
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Surprisingly, this was the most enjoyable or positive part of the experience desrt Moore, please create an account or log in before joining Aug 08. To take advantage of all LARB has to offer, guards. This book gives names and personalities to kidnap.
The typical thought of grabbing a gun and trying to blast his way to an escape crossed his mind occasionally. The Desert and The Sea is an astonishing and harrowing story, by a writer who ventures where few will ever go. My husband read this and afterward said "read it". Free delivery worldwide?
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They of course did not think it was funny. Other Editions 2. It is no surprise that, survival, early on in ddesert captivity. A commentary on her. It seemed as though Moore had struck gold.
Write a Review. We've noticed you're adblocking. A sort of Catch meets Black Hawk Down, candor, was the thought of grabbing the gun and committing suicide with it. Perhaps more difficult?I wish Moore had never had the experience of being taken hostage; nevertheless, brilliantly weaving sra own experience as a hostage with the religious and political factors behind Somali piracy, I am grateful for his profound record. This exceptional memoir will attract many readers. Writer Moore is a California boy, Som. He relates his captivity with calm detachment.